Alabama man threatens to shoot people at Quality Inn over cold food, later caught with THC

53-year-old Wylie Hyatt was charged with simple possession after he was reported for threatening to shoot people at Quality Inn because of cold food and was caught with a canister containing tetrahydrocannabinol.

On June 11th, Officer Harrington was dispatched to the Quality Inn located on 3095 Wilma Rudolph Blvd in regard to a man in possession of narcotics. Upon arrival, Harrington made contact with Amy Solem, the manager of the hotel, who informed law enforcement that a guest had threatened to shoot others staying at the inn. The officer proceeded to meet with the guest, who was identified as Wylie Hyatt. According to Hyatt, an altercation occurred between himself and those working at the hotel’s front desk due to food that he had ordered being delivered cold.

Wylie Hyatt (MSCO)
Wylie Hyatt (MSCO)

Law enforcement then performed a pat-down search of Hyatt’s person and discovered a large cylinder in his pocket, per report. Harrington was able to recognize the object as a container for narcotics. The substance inside of the cylinder tested positive for tetrahydrocannabinol, an ingredient in marijuana.

Wylie Hyatt was arrested and charged with simple possession of THC. His bond was set at $2,500.

Blaine Kellar

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